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Dean's Blog - 2/28/2016
by Pamela Lindsay
Hello from the decks of our trusty CAA ship! As we sail past the end of the Winter quarter toward Spring '16, we are excited about the opportunities on the near horizon. The students can see opportunities in growing departments of study and fresh experiences with their experienced professors at the wheel. Our staff members see opportunities for growth of collaborations with current and new community partners. The student families are enjoying the ride, watching their Cardinals navigate their varied environments of study and performance.
CAA's network of supportive organizations and friends of the college are providing safe and exciting ports for the sharing of these diverse experiences. As founders, DeAnna and I are excited to see through the end of our telescope the real manifestation of visions held since inception in 2009. New vendorization of classes means that our students with a passion for lifelong learning through CAA's unique channel of liberal arts and performance are able to officially look forward to such goals.
This unique vendorization provides an extra stamp on our passport that will be very important while traveling through current and future zones of work. It also charts a new and less traveled course on our mission map. The phenomenal and committed CAA board sees opportunities for trailblazing on behalf of the students with continued, inspiring passion and commitment. We are looking forward to their generation of great steam while powering ahead.
There is much to do as we push off into these new waters. We therefore thank you for your ongoing generosity of support, offered in so many different ways. This is your vessel! Let's load up, open the sails, and follow the brilliant constellations created by the talents of each of our students' big, bright stars!
As always, we invite you to stop by and see what's new. Visit our website, sign up for a tour, drop us a note, come to events and...most important..."Just Believe!!"
Truly and appreciatively,